What did you HAUL in your JT today?

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A snow shovel. Handled it real good. 😅





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New stove. Took a display model for a large savings.

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First time hauling full sheets. Worked well. Made an organizer for my Harbor Freight small part storage bins. Adam Savage inspired me. I got rid of every single little packet and box of fasteners and various electronic parts. Now I just need some labels.

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got a few 10ft deck boards for my current backyard project. The also fit under the top with the back seats folded down.
 

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Not today, but over the weekend. Wife and I were driving down the interstate and see someone waving us down. We see that his truck was stuck down in a ditch off the side of the road. We pulled over to lend a hand.

Turns out the guy had just moved to Florida from Texas, and when he missed his exit he decided to try to go over the grass to get back up to the road. He didn't realize that in Florida, even during the dry season, if you venture off the pavement into a low area, you will be dealing with mud. His half ton dually was wedged in, and the hitch was impacted into the mud. He couldn't move. Strapped his truck up to the JT, and a couple small tugs later we got him up onto firmer ground.

So far I've pulled two Amazon delivery vans out of my yard (our driveway is about 150 yards long, and the only place to turn around is in the yard) and now this guy. Love having a truck that can do that!
 

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First time hauling full sheets. Worked well. Made an organizer for my Harbor Freight small part storage bins. Adam Savage inspired me. I got rid of every single little packet and box of fasteners and various electronic parts. Now I just need some labels.

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In the first photo is that a tool box in the front of the bed? If so what kind?
 

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In the first photo is that a tool box in the front of the bed? If so what kind?
That would be my hard folding tonneau cover. It's a BakFlip MX4.
 

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Somewhat less than a face cord:
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Filled past the rim! Missing my 8' bed a little.
But the suspension handled it great. Didn't feel loaded at all.
 

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Order of the Arrow service project with the Boy Scouts - removing wreathes from gravestones at Fort Snelling. This is an annual project where the scouts help clean up wreathes placed en masse by another organization before Christmas. Was -6F when I took this picture. And before you ask - yes the photo is a bit distorted because I used the wide angle - and yes the tow bar on that trailer is really long - about 7ft because it carries a 4 canoe frame in the summer.
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And then I was going to go fishing and but that got cancelled. My sister bought me this igloo cooler - IMX 70qt - supposed to keep ice cold as long as a yeti etc. etc. It is not rotomolded so perhaps not as durable but heck it is way lighter than a yeti. Anyway - photo was for her. I did carry it in the bed though so technically I hauled it...
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Delivered a cherry computer desk I built for my daughter. If I still had my Wrangler I would have had to take my trailer.

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